Economically, colonialism and (its broader label) imperialism are mercantile, which does not fit with free market economics. Trump is a mercantilist in his rhetoric and trade policy initiatives, for example.
I’d agree that few leftists are advocating for an ideologically pure form of communism, socialism, or Leninism…
I always feel disgusted when I purposely try to write “click baity” headlines. It’s hard to capture the depth and value of an article in a headline that grabs people’s attention.
I think the biggest way to solve this problem is to help Americans realize that A) it exists, B) it’s the government’s fault, and C) lobbying for the government to fix social/economic problems only makes matters worse.
So, removing burdensome regulations on the economy and our personal lives is one approach. Giving back…
I completely agree Michael.
Changing who we are just to make others like us is never something I would condone. But if you’re in a position of leadership, I think it’s important to show (for lack of a better word) respect for that position.
Haha! That last bit is pretty darn true. Maybe we should be praising those tribes for keeping the original intent intact.
Hey Chris Hume, thanks for the response.
I’m not trying to be negative toward Christians. I’m a Christian myself. I am just frustrated with the misdirection many Christians have these days.
Instead of focusing on spreading the gospel, they fall into superficial issues.